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Grammarly is a free website to help teachers to detect any possible plagiarism in students' papers.
Another website I came across is a wordpress website by Dr. Sarah Elaine Eaton. She provides a list of free or inexpensive ways to check your students work. From what I can tell it might be beneficial for you to have your students to upload their papers onto Edmodo.
Educational activities for students. Note that websites are subject to change.
It is self paced and allows student to go to specific lesson or allows teacher to assign modules.
This site contains various link about Common Core.
This particular website will break down how to write a term paper for students.
Web search can be a remarkable tool for students, and a bit of instruction in how to search for academic sources will help your students become critical thinkers and independent learners.
INFOhio- These links is designed to help keep teachers on top of their game when it comes assigning research papers. It is aligned with Common Core and the Big 6 Research model that we use in the county. Enjoy!
all grade levels
can find useful material on this online resource. Use it to locate everything from flashcards in French to worksheets that help youngsters improve spelling.
Utilize this website to view an array of coloring pages and classroom activities for everything from holidays to history. Educators can also use it to find articles about different school-related topics.
Build a crossword puzzle or locate worksheets for students
with this site. A section of it features acitivities and stories in Spanish, French, German, and Italian.
Covers all facets of teaching and education-including
lesson planning, professional development and school related issues
-with this online resource. Also use it to find creative new ways to teach students.
The Educator's reference Desk is
a tool for researching subjects
that may be unfamiliar to you, such as counseling and special education. It also provides teacher-submitted lesson plans.
Discover fun, informative, and wonderfully illustrated worksheets for young students. Clip art for your own worksheets can be found here, too.
lesson plans for students K-12
are available on this educational tool. You can also add your own curriculum examples through this site.
Teachers with young
will find this resource especially useful. Its learning tools include flashcards, phonics cards, and ESL/EFL games.
Enhance your curriculum by using the
online and offline lessons
provided here. The PBS site's activities featuring fimiliar television characters give students an extra incentive.
Activities and worksheets on various topics from A to Z are offered here. Free worksheets are provided to enhance lessons learned in the classroom.
Visit this site to
share your lesson plans or view examples submitted by fellow teachers
. Ideas are included to make learning more fun, such as games and printable flash cards.
Students would use Google Maps to create interactive walking tours
Using timeline software, students could create a website that shows changes over time in a traditional timeline, but incorporating archival images and researched details on specific events
There is also a Timeline widget created by Knight Labs, which can show a visual chronology of the impact of events over time:
also created StoryMap, that be useful for students who want to tell how specific geographic locations were impacted specific events:
Audacity is free software that students can use to record interviews
This year, the Ted Talks prize went to Dave Isay of StoryCorps. He used the funds to develop a StoryCorps app. The app helps you pick questions, time your interview (Story Corps is traditionally a forty minute interview, later cut down) and upload it to the Library of Congress
Software students can use to create graphic logs (not sure it would work for this project, as it seems considerably more simple that creating a walking tour!)
And just for fun:
Students can create their own movies using legos to tell a story…
The Liberty Square Rising Project which I used as an example of this kind of assignment – this was done by FIU students who worked in groups to develop stories/videos/narratives on the history, current voices, media coverage, housing history, and next steps for Liberty Square. Collectively, they created the website. These students worked in partnership with the Liberty Square Council to meet and gain access to residents and develop trust with locals before filming.
This is a website for a digital storytelling group. This might give you a sense of where we could go with these projects.
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